White Chocolate “Brownie” Bites

With an excess of white chocolate in the cupboard, I decided these would make some yummy Halloween treats. In fact, they make make another appearance at Christmas. The recipe, from SallysBakingAddition.com, is quite similar to Bakers One Bowl Brownies, and you can make it on one bowl. I baked the batter in a jelly rollContinue reading “White Chocolate “Brownie” Bites”

One-Pot Spicy Sausage and Tomato Pasta

Delicious recipe from Chicago Tribune Health & Family section, which turns out to be a recipe from @kitchn, which I really love. The thing that grabbed me about this was the fennel. It’s an ingredient I don’t use much, so I put this on my shopping list. This packs a wonderful, cumulative punch of heat,Continue reading “One-Pot Spicy Sausage and Tomato Pasta”

Chef Lidia Bastianich’s inspired Chicken Caccitore

We came across a wonderful cooking show the other night, and it inspired me to jump up and make this wonderful fall meal, Chicken Cacciatore. It was actually quite easy and though I didn’t have any mushrooms on hand, the dish was absolutely delicious! Here is the direct link to the recipe, check it outContinue reading “Chef Lidia Bastianich’s inspired Chicken Caccitore”

Spatchcock Pesto Chicken

I saw perfectly sized whole young chIckes at the market the other day so I grabbed one. I love to dress these in this manner, it really results in an evenly cooked bird that is flavorful and juicy, and it cooks in less time. If you have never spatchcocked a chicken, it is quite easy,Continue reading “Spatchcock Pesto Chicken”

Heirloom Tomato Tart

I saw this recipe in a Facebook group that I’m in, a group for bakers to share during these crazy times of Covid-19. It looked really good and fairly straightforward so I gave it a go, it is originally from The New York Times. One of the best things of the “Covid Era” has beenContinue reading “Heirloom Tomato Tart”